- Fri Sep 22 2:30 AM
remains an injury concern for Ireland manager Martin O'Neill after Burnley admitted they are unsure when the 33-year-old will return to action.
- Thu Sep 21 7:52 PM
SkySports Huddersfield boss David Wagner has confirmed he has a growing injury list ahead of his side's game away to Burnley on Saturday. Wagner revealed he will be without Steve Mounie and Danny Williams for the trip to Turf Moor with Mounie expected to return and more »
- Thu Sep 21 3:50 PM
BURNLEY will be without Jon Walters this weekend as the Republic of Ireland international continues to battle a knee injury.
- Wed Sep 20 9:09 PM
DANNY INGS has endured an injury-ravaged two years since his move to Liverpool, but he's finally back.
- Wed Sep 20 5:30 PM
A positive for Liverpool on an otherwise frustrating night at Leicester City on Tuesday was the return to first-team action of Danny Ings after an 11-month absence.
- Tue Sep 19 12:39 PM
LEEDS UNITED will knock Burnley out of the Carabao Cup tonight.
- Mon Sep 18 3:49 PM
The England international has worked his way back from another serious injury and could figure in the Reds' League Cup clash with Leicester
- Mon Sep 18 1:20 PM
PONTUS JANSSON will miss out for Leeds when they travel to Burnley in the Carabao Cup tomorrow.
|As a manager you're judged on winning, or not winning,
Dyche said. But there is enjoyment in how the team performs, I thought we performed very well against West Brom but got nothing, against Palace we had to fight very hard, didn't play as well, but other sides of our game got us a win.<...
We've definitely worked on that with our centre halves, all of them,
said Dyche. I know Tarky can play.
We all know the quality of chances is the key, particularly the higher up you go. Any team can shoot from 30-odd yards and put it 20 yards over the bar,
Dyche said. There were a long of long efforts from Liverpool. Within the number of shots against us, I don't think there have been that ...
Jon has got to let his knee settle down a little bit, his knee flared up a bit so we're not sure of the timescales with that,
said Dyche on Thursday.